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Update on Mud Gully Traffic Control Plan

Update on Mud Gully Traffic Control Plan

The Harris County Flood Control District has received feedback from residents concerned about the blinking red lights included as part of the proposed traffic control plan for the closing of the Scarsdale Road bridge. Accordingly, we are revisiting the traffic control plan with the City of Houston to make sure it is appropriate for the type of work we are doing. While work is occurring on the channel under the bridge, the bridge will need to remain closed, but we are working to minimize the disruption to traffic.

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Flood Control District Recognized for Maapnext Community Outreach

Flood Control District Recognized for Maapnext Community Outreach

The Harris County Flood Control District received a first place award from the National Association of Flood and Stormwater Management Agencies (NAFSMA) for communication efforts surrounding the Modeling, Assessment and Awareness Project (MAAPnext). The contest brought in entries from across the country that included comprehensive communications campaigns as well as individual works, like brochures, posters, public service announcements and government television programs. The 2021 Excellence in Communications contest recognized the best outreach efforts in two communication categories – Public Awareness of Flooding and Improving Water Quality.

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Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the Barker Reservoir Watershed Channel De-Silt and Repair Program

Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the Barker Reservoir Watershed Channel De-Silt and Repair Program

HCFCD Unit T100-00-00-G001 – Bond Project F-52 The Harris County Flood Control District will hold a Community Engagement Meeting for the Barker Reservoir Watershed Channel De-Silt and Repair Program. The purpose of this meeting is to inform residents about the status of the Barker Reservoir Watershed Channel De-Silt and Repair Program and share project information.

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Harris County Flood Control District's Communications Department staff is available to help members of the media find answers to questions about the Harris County Flood Control District, including our plans, projects, and programs. It is very important that we know the subject of your interview, questions you would like answered, your deadline and where you can be contacted.

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